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The Myth of Repetitive Prayer

Repetitive-Prayer

In 1 Thessalonians 5:17, we read: “Pray without ceasing.” Most believers, ourselves included, have made the mistake of understanding this means we should pray repetitively for the same thing, day, after day, after day, after day…

However, when we really dig into the Scriptures and listen to men of faith who have mastered the art of praying, we realize that repetition has little if anything to do with it.

Paul was right, “…the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us through wordless groans.” ~ Romans 8:26

But hey, it’s not because we ‘know not what to pray for’ that we shouldn’t seek to improve our prayer life, right?

In this episode, we consider how we should pray. Here is a hint: It takes into account that God isn’t deaf.

Memorable Quotes:

“A negative spirit will rarely give a positive life.”

Recommended Resources: 

Any books by Charles Capps, Kenneth Hagin

Myles Munroe: Click Here



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About the author, Sebastien

Sebastien Richard was born in Montreal, Canada, in 1974. He is happlily married, has three children (Jason, Marissa, and Katelyn), and now resides in Prince Edward Island (Canada). He is a sought-after Bible teacher, and speaker.

In 2015, God led him to found Thriving on Purpose (thrivingonpurpose.com), a Faith-based organization where (along with his wife, Elisabeth) he provides Kingdom knowledge for today's believers, helping them to build up the Kingdom of God and tear down strongholds.

Aside from his next books, Sebastien is most active in producing impactful content for his weekly Facebook broadcasts.

When he's not busy with ministry, or courageously leading his family to further happiness and bliss, he enjoys masterminding with Elisabeth at breakfast time, family road trips, researching fringe theories, cryptozoology, geek culture, and movie nights with the kids while chowing down pizza.

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